Library Science New Books
“Metadata Fundamentals for All Librarians is readable, informative and geared to librarians seeking a solid foundation in understanding the principles of using metadata effectively.”
“This is an excellent introduction to metadata, with good examples, timely bibliographies of sources, and very useful glossary of terms an acronyms.”--The Journal of Academic Librarianship
“...provides a solid foundation to understanding and using metadata efficiently. Library professors will want to include it as a primary source for class work and possibly adopt it as a required text. A first purchase where needed.”--Catholic Library World
"If you're trying to make some sense of the technology tangle without getting too mired in details, this is a fun place to start."
"Helpful to students and professionals who need to brush up on this essential part of librarianship in our digital age."
--American Reference Book Annual
"This effective and well-designed resource will be appreciated by information professionals from all types of institutions."
"Harris’ book has become the standard for libraries and has yet to have an equal published that is either as useful or as clear.” --ARBA Online
“Your book was my bible as I started this position almost 5 years ago.” -- Will Stuivenga, Project Manager, Statewide Database Licensing, Washington State Library, Olympia, WA USA